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Spence catches a pass from Deavers for a hunk of yardage. Rose twists and turns for yards in Friday night's victory. A den full of Demons drive for yardage at Deer Creek. Cimarron Valley 547.2700 Co-op, Inc. 247 S. Main Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Jr. Sports Wear --Wholesaler-- Perkins Payne County Bank 547.2436 202 S. Main Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction 547.2533 N.W. of Perkins The Perkins Journal sda r, October 20, 1977-5 Demons 3.0 after an 8-0 win over Deer Creek The Perkins-Tryon De- mons were on the road again last week, as they ventured to Edmond, to pit forces with Deer Creek. Dwayne Deaver moved the pigskin across in the second quarter for the only score of the game. And the Demons went on to a 8-0 truimph over Deer Creek of Edmond. This victory puts P-T 4-3 on the season. The first,quarter slipped away scoreless for both teams. But a 16-yard pass to Greg Baker set up Dwayne Deaver's score from two yards out to end a 48 yard drive for P-T. Billy Womack capped off the Demon scoring to put the Demons ahead 8-0. The final two periods went scoreless and the Demons swept away an 8-0 victory. "The Deer Creek game was a MUST WIN game for us. We needed to win it to keep our hopes up for a play-off berth. Our kids really came through when they had to Friday night. We had a few problems during the first half but they were pretty well solved at half-time. "I believe our kids played to the best of their ability," remarked coach Mcllvain. "Our seconda'y consists of Pecos Bridenstine, Billy Womack, Terry Ventris and Roger Norrie. Our line hackers, Mark Anderson, Guy Rose and Scott Higgins also played real well. They only had a few good runs on us, and several times we just missed tackles on them. Our defensive played real well the last half. Our offensive line started opening some holes the last half that enabled us to control the ball more. We should have probably scored another TD since we moved the ball three times that we did nat score. "I was real proud of our team," Coach added, "when Deer Creek intercepted a pass and went to our 15 yard line in the 2nd quarter. They really got tough when they had to. "We go to Luther Friday night. We need to win this game to assure us a place in the play-off. It is the MUST game of the year for us." by Keith Disney THE STATISTICS P-T DC-E First Down 10 7 Yards Rushing 176 45 Yards Passing 69 35 Passes 4-7 5-14 Passes Int. by 1 2 Fumbles lost 0 0 Penalties 55 1S SCORE BY QUARTER P-T 0 8 0 0-8 Deer Creek 0 0 0 0--0 2ND QUARTER Perkins-Tryon--Dwayne Deaver 2 run (Billy Womack pass from Deaver) .0 o Junior Demons Down Oilton The Junior High Demons made it four in a row after they defeated the Oilton Panthers, 20 to 8. On Oilton's first series of downs the Demon defense stopped them cold in their tracks. The Demons took the ball over on downs in Panther territory. On the Demons first play from scrimmage, Wade Fields fumbled the ball and an alert J. P. Oliver recovered the ball. On the next play the Demons fumbled again and Oilton came up with the ball. Oilton was unable to move the ball and was forced to punt. A strong P-T rush blocked the punt and they took over first and ten. Wade Fields got the Demons on the scoreboard first with a seven yard TD run. Freddy Pitts got the extra points on an end around play. The score was Demons 8, Oilton 0. The Demons got another break on the kick-off after the touchdown. The ball hit one of the front linemen and J. P. Oliver recovered it as the first quart.gr,ol:lgd,',,,  The Demons were unable to move the ball and had to punt. Punter Steve Cole kicked the ball about 40 yards and it was blown dead on the Oilton 5 yard line. Oilton fumbled deep in their own territory and Mark Irwin came up with the ball. Barry Moreland took the ball in for the touchdown from one yard out. The extra pt. failed and the Demons still had the lead 14-0. ".2 .....: ,. r. i.: :ii ,% .% :: their only TD with 19:.." seconds left in the quarter, :i The two point conversion !: was good and the score at the ": end of the 3rd quarter,: Demons 16, Luther 8, : Early in the 4th quarter, the Demons fumbled the ball to Luther. The Lions were unable to score and the Demons win, 16 to 8. Coach Lauener comment- ed, "We had good defense.. during the Ist, 2nd, and 4th ii quarters. Steve Deaver, ii Mark Irwin, Barry Moreland, :': and Steve Cole played good :! defense. George Murray and ii Wade Fields had a good ii offensive night." " " 2 Coach Evans also remark-:i: ed, "Wade Fields did a good : job of blockiwg our running.:. back position. 1 was disap-!: i pointed at the let down after.."..', the 1st quarter. We just:.',' didn't stay competitive." ::.: by Rick Lomenick :: I* -0- '." .% ,. "Kick that football" shouts the crowd as Kelvin Smith boots one deep into Deer Creek territory. The Demons got the ball back and George Murray Jr. Hi Demons cage galloped 55 yards for the Demons final touchdown. The extra pt. was no good and the Demons had a 000-0. Luther Lions 16.8 going at half time. Oilton's only score came on a 4 yard run after the Demons had a bad snap on a punting attempt. The extra point was good and the score was 20-8 which was the final score of the game. "Oilton was undefeated, and we snapped their winning streak," com- mented Coach Evans. "We had a let down in the third quarter. George Murray, Wade Fields, and Barry Moreland played well on offense. Steve Cole, Mark Irwin and Danny Coivin played well on defense." "0- GIRLS' SCRIMMAGE DRUMRIGHT Perkins-Tryon Girls High School Basketball Team scrimmaged Drumright ;here Thursday after school. Twenty-nine girls suited out for the scrimmage, with each girl seeing considerable action. As a whole, the team did a pretty good job. Coach Madison stated, "The girls showed consider- able improvement over the last scrimmage, but need a lot more improvement." "The key to this team is constant improvement," he said. by Marsha Coffman and Ida Cretsinger, The Demon Jr. High football team won their third game in a row by defeating the Luther Lions, 16-8. The Demons got all of their scoring in the first quarter with runs of 45 and 10 yards by George Murray. Murray and Wade Fields got the honors of making the two point conversions. Great blocking by the offensive line helped make these two early TDs. A Luther punt was blocked by Mark Irwin in the first quarter. The Demon defense made up of David Bates, Mark Irwin, and Steve Deaver and others made some outstand- ing tackles to stop the Lions in the second quarter. The Lions only retaliation came when they blocked a Demon punt. The score at the end of the half was P-T 16, Luther Lions 0. In the third, Luther scored Thk page made possible by the following Demon Boosters - Perkins Plumbing Shop J. D. 8 Evelyn Anderson 547.2470 I 11 S. Main DeI-Mar's Food Store 547.2555 ....... 219 S. Main 547.2862 Viola's Boutique Viola Moorman, Owner Perkhs Drug "Full.Time Drug Dept." 547.2079 Calvin Anthony, Owner Designs by Shana Shone Collum' 547.2118 Main & Chantry P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, & Crafts Patty Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main Gibble Country Corner Mark and Jo Ptttman 547.2037 Jet. 33 & 177 547-2676 Oleo Acres Mark & Jo Pittman E. on Hwy. 33 Ralph's Packing Company Ralph 8 Sue Crane 547.2464 N.W. of Perkins Corner Fashions 547.2849 I0 ! S. Main Cimarron Auto Parts Jahnnle& Mary Dean 547-242/ Stumbo & W. 2nd Harland Wells Perkins Paint Supply Stella & Orval Ingrain 547-2927 307 N. MaM Blumer's Champlin Station S Hurley Blumer 148 S. Main 54 7.2414 Vassar Company 207 N. Main Olson Hardware Co. Alvin & Chasteen O/son :17.2472 [14 S. Main Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. L.R. "Red" Pogue 547.2117 122 S. M aM Riley's Steak House Arlts and Linda Riley, Owners 547-8907 115 S. Main Bill and Joan McDaniei Carl and CloG Rose Dr. John C. Doyle Casey's Barber Shop Harvey Brixey- Farmers Union Insurance 547.2251 South Main Street Whistle Stop Baker's Dry Goods 547-2461 John Baker 102 $. Main Strode Funeral Home 547-2100 372.5550 Vivian's Perkins Cafe Wayne & Vivlan Brake 547-2/27 143 S. Main Main Service Center Ross Jacobs, Owner 547.2435 Comer Main & Thomas